Rekindled Prophecy by K.C. Freeman Review

At this point y’all probably know romance isn’t usually my thing. Every now and again I will make the exception for a paranormal romance. I would devour them when I was in high school. When I was offered the chance to review Rekindled Prophecy reading the synopsis brought back nostalgic feelings.

Greylyn is a guardian angel tasked with saving humans from their inner demons and the real demons in the world. Like humans, guardian angels need a vacation every now and again. When she checks into her bed and breakfast she finds dark guardian, Kael, there. They have been enemies for centuries, but this time they have to work together to protect a mother and her unborn child from a notorious fallen angel who wants Greylyn to fulfill a deadly prophecy.

I am glad I agreed to review this one. It was a lot of fun. It was so atmospheric that I felt like I was surrounded by the cool Shenandoah forests. The bed and breakfast setting was great. It made me want to go on vacation.

I loved the chemistry between Kael and Greylyn, even though Greylyn’s inner monologue constantly reminded us that they were enemies. The inclusion of the side characters brought fun banter to the mix and upped the stakes near the climax of the book. The side characters were great. I liked them almost as much as I like the main characters!

Rekindled Prophecy is the first book in a new series. I am going to have to read the next one because the prophecy isn’t fully explained in this book. The motive of the prophecy is introduced as well as the characters involved, but the actual prophecy isn’t discussed. I think I have an idea of what the prophecy is going to be about, but I need an actual answer!

My Rating: 4/5


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